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Mama Sita's Shepherd's Stew Pie Seasoning Mix 40g
Mama Sita's Shepherd's Stew Pie Seasoning Mix 40g
Mama Sita's Shepherd's Stew Pie Seasoning Mix 40g
Mama Sita's Shepherd's Stew Pie Seasoning Mix 40g
Mama Sita's Shepherd's Stew Pie Seasoning Mix 40g
Mama Sita's Shepherd's Stew Pie Seasoning Mix 40g
Mama Sita's Shepherd's Stew Pie Seasoning Mix 40g
Mama Sita's Shepherd's Stew Pie Seasoning Mix 40g
Mama Sita's Shepherd's Stew Pie Seasoning Mix 40gMama Sita's Shepherd's Stew Pie Seasoning Mix 40gMama Sita's Shepherd's Stew Pie Seasoning Mix 40gMama Sita's Shepherd's Stew Pie Seasoning Mix 40g
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Mama Sita's Shepherd's Stew Pie Seasoning Mix 40g

Pack size : 40g

AED 3.50(Inc. VAT)

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Origin -
Philippines
highlights
•Addictive and delicious with their heavenly taste
• Made from the finest ingredients to give you a rich flavour

DESCRIPTION

•Addictive and delicious with their heavenly taste
• Made from the finest ingredients to give you a rich flavour

Ingredients

Tomato powder salt flavour enhancer (E621) onion powder cane sugar rice flour spices garlic powder acidity regulator (E330a) and annatto powder

Package Type

Packet

Nutrition facts

Per100PortionType
Average Nutritional Values per 100g
Energyinkcal
304 kcal
EnergyinkJ
1272 kJ
Carbohydrates
67 g
Sugar
33 g
Sodium
7243 mg

*Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calaries needs

INFORMATION

Storage Condition

Store in a cool and dry place, away from the sunlight

Brand Message

Mama Sita's Holding Company, Inc. (founded as Marigold Commodities Corporation) is a Philippine-based manufacturer of condiments, selling its products under the brand, Mama Sita's. The brand is named after Teresita Mama Sita R. Reyes, the matriarch of the company's founders, the spouses Bartolome B. Lapus and Clara R. Reyes-Lapus.During her frequent overseas holidays, Mama Sita pitied the many Filipinos abroad and their children who had a daily fare of hamburgers and hotdogs, particularly in the United States